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Dr. Modupe Irele is the founder of Key Learning Solutions. She brings over 35 years of experience in education and business management to Roboglobal. She has an M.A. in French from the University of Ibadan, an M.A. in Educational Administration from University College Dublin, Republic of Ireland, and D.Ed. in Adult Education from the Pennsylvania State University, USA. She worked at Penn State’s World Campus until she left to work fulltime with Key Learning Solutions. Dr. Irele is now an adjunct Assistant Professor in the university’s Adult Education program.
Obatosin Ogunkeye is a partner in the firm of ALLAN & OGUNKEYE which he co-founded. He has been engaged in the practice of intellectual property law since 1984. Their firm ranks amongst the three largest Intellectual Property Law practice in Nigeria. Its office is located at Western House (7th Floor), 8/10 Broad Street, Lagos
He was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1975 after he graduated from the Obafemi Awolowo University (formerly University of Ife) in 1974.
He is a member of The Nigerian Bar Association; International Association for the Protection of Industrial Property (AIPPI); and The Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys based in the United Kingdom.
Attorney Obatosin Ogunkeye has written numerous papers and articles on Intellectual Property law including: (i) ”CREATIVITY AND INFRINGEMENT: REMEDIES” – Paper delivered at the National Seminar on Nigerian Copyright Law 1988; (ii) “THE REFORM OF NIGERIAN INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY LAW Published in “Patent World” November 1989 issue to mention a few.
He has also engaged in several anti-counterfeiting law practice most notable among them being the seizure in 2009 at the Lagos Port of a container-load of counterfeit MARLBORO cigarettes. This was effected by instigation of action by the Customs Service pursuant to the provision of the Merchandise Marks Act.
Ayoade Omoyeni is the senior partner of the Peak Chambers located in Ikoyi Lagos, Nigeria. She obtained a B.A in English studies from the then university of Ife now Obafemi Awolowo University, and M.Sc. in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management from the University of Lagos. Omoyeni, a London trained lawyer is a solicitor and advocate of the supreme court of Nigeria.
Mrs. Omoyeni believes that children as the future of the nation deserve accessibility to the best of facilities and equipment to be able to maximize their potentials. In pursuance of this belief she has at diverse times ably assisted the advancement of the course of children. She is the International coordinator of the Association of Intellectuals for the Development of Nigeria (AIDN) an NGO. It is a platform which believes that anyone with basic education has something positive to contribute to the development of Nigeria. This is towards building a legacy of honor and integrity for the young generation. She was the chairman of Corona Ikoyi PTA, a tenor that recorded unprecedented achievements for the well-being of the children and the advancement of their education. For the first time in the history of the very prestigious Corona Schools, computers were placed in each class room in addition to the existing central computer department. Bringing computers closer to the children was a course dear to her as this will enable the young children to advance faster and get connected to the outside world. This precedent was immediately followed by the other schools of the trust council. She has volunteered to work with the children at the YMCA in Brockville, Canada and many others.
Ayoade Omoyeni is on the board of several companies and associations.
She currently serves on the board of DEAY Company Ltd, Elegant Wood Nigeria Ltd, and Jermarc Mustard Seed Ltd.
David Willoughby is co-owner and Chairman of the Board of Roboglobal. In addition he is responsible for the company’s marketing and administration.
David Willoughby started in life as a commercial pilot (Fixed Wings), and later graduated from the University of Texas (UTPB), Odessa, Texas with a degree in Business Administration B.B.A in Aviation Marketing. He later attended Texas A & M University in Commerce, Texas and graduated with a Master’s Degree in Industrial Technology.
Upon graduation, David Willoughby returned to Nigeria to serve in the National Youth Service Corps, (NYSC, 1981-’82) service year with an attachment to Nigeria Airways, Ikeja. While at the Airways, he was privileged to work in different areas and capacities, such as personnel; Logistics and later in Operations department.
Since his stay in the United States, he worked as Special Education teacher; Flight Training Instructor (Fixed Wings) and as a Banker in Commercial Bank in Houston, Texas. He also served as Chairman of Online-Houston, an Internet Service Provider company in Houston, Texas. He is presently a certified member of the American Petroleum Institute (API-510/570), and works as a third party inspector where he inspects refineries and audits in-house inspections all over the world.
Remi Willoughby is the owner and coordinator of Roboglobal Educational Consulting Services Ltd. She received her National Certificate of Education (NCE) from the University of Ife (formerly Adeyemi College of Education), B. Ed. (French) from the University of Lagos, and M.Ed from Texas A & M University (formerly East Texas State University). She has been an educator for over thirty years having taught at Loyola College, Ibadan, Itolo Girls Secondary School, Lagos and The Grange School, Lagos from where she proceeded to the United States.
She attended several training to equip herself for the position of robotics instructor. Her training is from the National Robotics Institute of Carnegie Mellon University, the creator of ROBOTC programming software.
She is also a recipient of Houston Independent School District 2013 Effective Teacher Award. She taught in Houston, Texas for over twenty three years with the last seven as robotics instructor at The Rice School in Houston Independent School District, Texas, U.S.A. She is solely responsible for teaching, writing, & implementing all curriculum & programming. She has given presentations to teachers at her school, The Rice School, and as Department Chair for Technology she assists in integration of technology curriculum in the classrooms. Roboglobal’s office is located at 6, Dapo Bode-Thomas Street, Yaba Lagos Nigeria.